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Aug 6, 2013 6:00pm PDT
drone surveillance goes to the capitol. >> and an update on president george w. bush's surgery today. >> as you probably heard, the governor moved in and called off a b.a.r.t. strike this week and he appointed a special board to look at the labor disputes. should we take any comfort in the steps. in tonight's reality check, we will talk about the gubernatorial role in labor. >> tomorrow morning in oakland, the three-board panel convened by governor brown is going to look at what is keeping b.a.r.t. and the negotiators from reaching a deal. >> will it work? we explore the history. seems like we've seen the movie before. >> this has been tried before usually without success. this has not happened in more than a decade. between 1988 and two you though a -- and 2001. you know how many agreements were struck in two months? 1. not good odds for this latest bout. >> this is what state leaders are trying to avoid. the summer second shut down of b.a.r.t. trains in little more than a month. and both sides made an effort to patch up their differences. we moved. >> it was up to a three-judge pan
Aug 21, 2013 6:00pm PDT
calls from two future presidents, ronald rag enand george h.w. bush. reagan insisted he was behind nixon and sympathized. bush praised his speech to the nation. one year later, nixon resigned in disgrace. >>> infants and school kids will lose access to head start. in tonight's reality check sam brock examines the report that shows 57,000 kids will lose slots in head start this year. >> reporter: this is a federal report that we're going off of issued by the u.s. department of health and human services. the feds have to approve every cut in every head start center in the united states. if you take their word and take out the 1300 spots in u.s. territories you have 56,000 which is close enough to the president's prediction that is splitting hairs to say he wasn't watch. if it's true that each empty desk is a student set to lose a spot in the head start program there will be 57,000 of those this fall. >> because of the reckless cuts there are parent whose kids got kicked out of head start who are scrambling for a solution. >> reporter: president obama raised red flags in the spring. and in
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